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About this course

Students receive practical training in all aspects of human nutrition including food science, nutritional science, dietary assessment and research methodology, medical nutrition, public health, and food service management, and have access to eminent dietitians at the cutting edge of dietetic and nutrition research and practice. 

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About this program

A program in Nutrition and Dietetics requires 72 credit points, consisting of:

(i) 12 credit points of 1000-level core units
(ii) 12 credit points of 2000-level core units
(iii) A 48 credit point major in Nutrition Science

First year
Core: BIOL1XX8 and CHEM1XX2

Second year
Core: PHSI2X05 and PHSI2X06

Third year
Students complete units towards the Nutrition Science major.

Fourth year
The fourth year is only offered within the combined Bachelor of Science/Bachelor of Advanced Studies course.

Graduate attributes

Students who graduate from Nutrition and Dietetics will be able to:

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